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NEWS OF THE CJTY.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1870.
Hack coats at less than cost xt
P. NetTs, No. 70, Ohio Levee. If.
Use Euder's Chill Cure. "It never
The Aurora oil willnot atoln or greseu.
i ' ' .in ..
tiikukht in use" finders' Htomneh
Get your election tickets. Price 15 per
Go to 02 Ohio Luvoo for Aurora oil. It
is cheap utul safe, aud does not smoke
II 1 H II
Pitcher & Henry's largo stock of hard
waro. cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, oto
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
1200 fairs of assorted pants, with
vests to match, at cost, at No. 70 Ohio
A splendid lot of calf boots and gal.
tcrs will arlve at P. NefPs next week,
and will bo sold low forcash. tf
One thousand yahdh of okkkn and
steel tulxco Jeans, at 50 and 75 cents per
yard, at P. NefTs, no. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
The Aurora oil is the cheapest, safest
and cleanest burning fluid in use, It
may be had at 82, ohlo levee.
Infants. Muah suffering to these
tender llttlo buds of the human family,
might be allayed by using Mrs. vVhlt
co tub's Syrup, fieo advertisement In an
nother column. febHd&wlw
The Continental is the only cook stove
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher 3c Henry, at 191!
Commercial avenue, cor. J2th street.
The St. Nicholas llilllard Hall is one
of the largest and best furnished In (he
country. It it the resort of both citlzms
and strangers who indulge billiard play
C'LOHINO OUT, TICK KNTIHK STOCK OF
ready made clothing, furnishing goods,
boots, ihoes, hats, caps, truuksand valis
es at P. NefPs, No. 70, Ohio Levee, at
aotual cost, for cash only.
A new device in the way of a Patent
Awning Is to bo seen on Commercial
Avenue opposite tho postoftlce, which is
novel In its construction, neat In appear
ance and very durable.
The public Is invited to call and ex
amine for themselves. One of the
patentees and the traveling agent. for its
lecan be found Kith the awning or at
eHt. Charles Hotel. febl02l
Monday morning, February 21t 1870,
at Philip Sohwltt'4 Saloon No. W Ohio
Levee, between 8th and 0th streets.
Everybody is Invited I Como one! Come
all I febl0 2t Ph.-Hcumitt.
Two celebrated chickens have been
taatched for a fight on Saturday night
next. The fight will take place In the
ball over the Bun Flower saloon, com
mencing at 8 o'clock, p.m. Ixvers of
sport are Invited to attend. fedl82t
Sfotlro to tht Tax.papera ofAlrxaudrr Co.
I will be In ray ofllce at tho court houso
every day during this month for the pur
pose of receiving State and County taxes
now due Cairo III. Feb. 1st 1870
feWtd. L. II. MYERS Collector.
Lunch Monday Morning.
Knowing that the candidates and their
astlve friends will bo weak and hungry,
C. Bchoenmeyer will set a fine free lunch
at the Egyptian Brewery Saloon on Mou
day morning at 10 o'clock. There will
be enough for all, hence everybody is lu
The co-partnership betweeu Steln
helulcr & Marx, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent, F. Stelnhlmer retiring
from the firm. All claims, against, aud
due, tho firm, will be settled by A. Marx.
Cairo, Illinois, Feb. 10th 1870.
feblO H A. Maux.
The complotest stoch of gentlemen's
furnishing wods In the city , Is to be
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
bo a remarkable want, Indeed, in this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the very lowest figures ruling in the
Ask Ibe Laalss Halds aud ihejr wilt toll
you that Phalou's Vltalla or Salvation
for the hair is the. favorite article for ro
vlvlng'tfie natural tlngo of blanche'd or
fading ringlets. Clear as fluid glass,
wbolesome to thesklu us water, uudU
colorablo by the light, without any min
eral odor and yielding no sediment, it
defies competition and court comparis.
' "Wood Measure aad KuasWasrOvjer."
Dooley'a Baking Powder has already
taken the precedent oyer others, from
ts well known strength and purity; but
aside from theso facts, it is put up In cans
folding the full weight as represented
!rhlcb la rarely tho case with
hose of orUluary manufaoturo
Lanoo, Dooluy'a Baking Powder
k the best, purest, strongest aud cheap
Mt ever oflerod to tho consumer, and
yry one who has us,ed It will readily;
l Wilson sayBheifj-forretrenchrawst
and reform. "Shoo fly; -don't, bodder
The Aurora oil will gl(e al clear and
brilliant lightj mid is entirely non-ex-
nlos ve. iAi- ' 1 febl5d3w.
Whou &'man HayQl)b, knbWH nothing
at all. the assertion Is nritna fan u ovl
denoe that ho" Is a su'ppbrtor of !T. WJ1
JoIih M. Lausdetij Esq., is a candidate
for the ofllco of City Attorney, and an
nounces that fact In another column.
we invito attention to tno annontice
T. Wilson Is getting ready for the race
for Hherld' next fall. His race lor any
office Is nearly run. Ho has been on tho
course so often that ho has become Hpav-
I ned and rlng-boncd.
. . '
ThoTurner Masfiucrade ball, f6r wlilcli.
such extensive arrangements have been
made, comes off Monday evohing. If
you would upend an ovoulng in a harm
less and exhileratlng manner, procure A
ticket and attend.
Gun Powder T. Wllion makes an ex
Cellcut boverage for a certain class Wpltl;
ions. He has been in hot water ever
since he became a Candida to for .Mayor.
Those who take him' down, hhouId,' ifav'd
a good deal of sugar to sweeten , him.
- - ' - j
Sllico Mr. WHsoh has declared that a
change in the administration of the
affilraof tho clfy, is necessaryj.Vo Render
to him the uso of a reasonablo amount
ofsnaco in our columns to make goo. the
. .i i i I I i il
To make the contest for Jho ofllco of
city clerk more Interesting Mr. J. T.
Thomas enters the anna as nn '''inde
pendent'' candidate. The list now sUndA
Thomas, Morriv, Crowley and Brown
good men all of them, and, ouch conil.
dent of success. Allwecausav. at this.
Juncture Is: 'May the best man win."
Besides a very complete stock of tm
ware, 0. W. Henderson, 100 commercial
Avenue, presents, to tho trade u splendid
varletyofcooklngstov.es, among pthers
tho "Pomona," the "Veteran," the
Oak," and the "Btatds!! tho latter. k'
coal stove. These, and any other
make desired, will be sold at a small ad
vance on manufacturers' prices.
Lookout for eleventh hour falsehoods.
It Is a ruse of persons whoSfcttld'oofctcr
up a causo that will not bear ventlllntlon
to give currency fo slander ann" u'rltnitlU
on the very ovo of election and at an
hour too late for..xeply.. l:uuoJdJ
"dodge." well understood by tho neonle.
and generally excites more ridicule than
serious attentlou. . '. Jtl 'iH
There will bo a matcli, game of .alley
ball played at the alley, corner of Divis
ion and Poplar streets, to.
morrow,' commencing "at' 4 o'clcclc
p.m. Four of tbo most expert
players of the city are matched for the
game, and a very close an aulmatodcon
. .. . , I - - r t . . I il t ' m I
trail is aiiuviBiiuu. 4.141 uurK ' "u
H . ,.,u
Tho Rough A. Ready lire company have'
purchased the lot ' on Washington
avenue, lately occupied by tho Derdo
cratia Hall, and will at as early a day as
possible place thefr'engine ho'uso 'there
ou. lesora. Taylor auu .Parsons, tno
owners of tho lot, appreciating tho pur
pone to wnlch tho lot i to bo dedicated,
sold it to tho Roughs for tho very low
price of $300. They had, formerly, held
It at 5500. -
The T. Wllsonltes aro asserting, tlut'
Mayor Oborly is responsible for tho in
crease in the salaries of city officers.
Hojvjhjs Wfld la given tp lyngj, Thg
salary of the Marshnl was increased from
$50 to $75 per nion'tli lif'sorlp, but has
again been reduced. Tlio sulary tly
Comptroller was luoreased while he
Mayor was absent from the city. He re
fused to sign the Onllnutiotldl'aom
municatlonjfrom hiai to tho council is on
tho record, giving his reasons for refus
ing, deprecating tho Increase, and re
commending a reduction. Blnco that
communication was read 'n tho council,
tho ordinance increasing tho salary has
been repealed, aud tho Comptroller to
day receives only ?000 per year. Vnd ,
yet, (ho llsonltcs eay Oberly raised the
salaries of tho city officers. Oborly has
steadfastly maintained thodoatrlue, that
public servants should be welljtmid, but
that no otllcer's salary should be increased
during the term for which was elected.
AUcintluH Hit- Knigbu: '
VsA Regular Conclavo of Cairo Coin
mandery No, 13, K. T. will bo held at
tho Asylum in .tho city., of Cairo .tbla
(Saturday) evening, February 10th, 1870,
at 7 o'clock sharp.
All sojourning Kir Knights are cour
teously Invited to attend.
Jas. S. Rua den, Recorder.
At half past 7, this momJug.-pf Tpueu
monia. Harriet MT." wife of A. j; Carlo:
.aged 42 yoars, 2 months aud 16 days.
Thk'fvinnrlBnrllit. iinnaniiiil 11 ti l tW.n n skaf
ed to kttetid the funeral Hervleesfat"tlio4t,lc IJiirc!fty
&r. E.'OhUrchj to-morrow at half ymtt 1
o'clock p; m. .H )
. Th. fttock ofs llhataat lUUMJlU
or's comprises the very latest styles and
the 11 nest mako of tho season. The
, variety Is veryv BrntJrtU:'ttnck large,
aud prices have beon regulated to bar
In coqBefiuqnco qf sickness In tho fam
ily of llie Rev. 'n' .Xfoualll. throwlll
- f."ss -I, i j lsWrsJryJ jfaVlW WstWM'ssajaiBy
be no services in tbujtcpuft'b.ito-morrow,
Whllo a young man named Perkins
was passing through 'tho woods, In tho
northeastern portion of this county, rar
row wceus ago, no ucscneu initio rorK
of a largo bedch treo ah ahiniated "what-is-lt,'-MUe,o'merf'(6o'8mall
for a bear
and too largo, for a coon. With all pos.
Hlble dispatch ho repaired to tho nearest;
farm house where he procured a rifle arid:.
roturned. Tho moiiBter in tho treo ovl
dently divined thoyoung man's purpose,
and very adroitly managed to keep Its
body' well concealed. The young man
instead of changing position, stood Im
movable, with his gun at rest in tho di
rection of his intended gaino. In tho
course of fifteen minutes he saw the largo
green eyerf of tho animal peering above
tholfmb'of the trc6, and tp placo a bul
let between them was tho work of only n
second. Tho noise of a death struggle
ensued, und with a thump tho monster
struck tho ground. It proved to 1 a
catamount and ono of tho largest iliat
tho, settlers had overseen In tho country
Tholoud-mb'uthcd radicals of Evans
vlllo, when' asked to give proof of the sin
corlty of-thelr affection for tho colored
maruand .brother., by throwing open
their Iiouhcs for tho entertainment of
Douglas, "didn't seo t ,by those burn
ers." Thereupon A. T. Whittlesey, editor
of tho Evunsvillo 'Courier,' tho leading
democratic paper of Southern Indiana
and .who has heretofore been onejaf .tho
most bitter opponents of the colored race,
sent tho .following note to tho Lecturing
Association of thai city:
'Understanding that it is not yet Jeol
ded whoshull cutertalu Frederick Doug
lass on the occasion of his visit to Evans-
..III.. u .. rr. . .! .. .. ... i.tM
though1 you, the hospitality of my house, I
...I...... 1. . I l. .....I ' II
y V lie -3IIUII UU II1UUU WLMUUUIU, UIIU
Where his friends' will beiriado welcome,
without regard to raco or color. Very
respectfully, A. T.'Whitti.bsky."
Mr. Whittlesey is one of tho most In
nuentldl'dompats lri tljq 8tdbi., J
Tho partlzans of Mr. Wilson attempt
to explain nwiiy tho damaging chargd of
extravaganco that Is made with so
much force agnlust htm, by urging that
agreat'Hea'I of public work waVdone
tluribgi'rjl.sjtcrni of ofilce. " 'I?rti'd enough ;
and the cost of that work stands
to this Jay us. a burdonsonio charge
against tliecUy." Tlfo tax-payer of to
day is not freo from the load Imposed
Upon him five years itgo, under tho ad
julnlstratlon of Mr. Wilson. Out of his'
administration, it) truth,' Has grown all,
or nearly nil, our preieut financial
Iroobled ah'd corbpllcatlons. When 'Mr.:
ivilanrtfJVriVkVi.l'.i-rlAttiY i ltn lU.l-' l,
jlld.whire In office, they should be honest
enough to say that a large portion of the
taxes now exuded from the people go to
pay for that work.
NothwltllHtan'llnir tli oTnnndltnrn nt
, . T O r- y -
pearly eight thousand dollars on tho
bond, and over five thousand dollars of
otherdebuicnntracted under previous ad
ministrations, the total1 outlays during
tho present fiscal year fall short of 33,
Thus-haa-'tho'clty government been
run nearly wlioloyear, and ten ''thous
and dollars of Its debt wiped out for a'
les. sura of money than Mr. Wilson ex
ponded In the pump that stands as the
''corporation, elephant" at ho .head ' of
Look at our announcement column.
Besides Mr. Lansdcu for City Attorney,
wp have J. T. Thomas for City Clerk Mr.
1 1. Meyer for tho Select Council ; Jas. Car
roll, G. W. Hendricks for Aldermen,
audi 4 a' kl.cali . upon Mr'.. L.
J. Brrno aud R. Brlback for the
sumo posillou, all aluce yesterday even
ing. It Is probable that by Monday
evening woshqllbavo n full complement
of candidates for all tho offices to be
For(all thofllces to bo tilled by a yate
of tliocity o'n'arge, except th'o sliigVooue
of select councilman, thero are two, or
moro opposlifg" cdhaidates, Tills 'fact,
and tho near approach of tho day fixed
for the election, have greatly Intensified
thie Interest, causing thq P,artanB.gf( th
different canUi'dafcs to bestir "themselves
among tho soVrelgiis. The feeling, liow
ever, 1A lUKRlh us compared wltli that
characterizing any contest during the
past flvo years.
103655:en i'styTo Rats, anil' otVer'sV
at cost, for this month' 'onlyi'"' Teter
NerPsNo. 70, Ohio Lovoo- '
Call and examlno tlio s(oc"k and prices
before" you" thalce your Ipurchasea, and,
don't forget your pocketbboks. tf '
T. Wilson only ' yields when "the
Lueceealty for change" demands. If he
didn't yiejd no, change, would bb inadf,
and thou what would become of tho eity?
jin8wer,A'o winged winds. , ,
Everybody uses Wizard Oil, and
liarulov.dln-o'i.nsfillllt ohoap forroaihl
jllatronlzo homo lastltutlonfl: ' Uuy from
Did you knbw that Norman's Chaly
Mjpato Cough Syrup will relievo tho wqrst
vaqys wi ,twvnMfi vwvi' . ' 1 14 ' j ' o.
j; HumjiiJ FcbHotd,,
beato Cough Syrup. J. S. Humra keeps
id b.qUw ! 'oly '75. ceuts, ' '
1 ffth 14 fltilim.i H u ra . l.i,
,,f, llWAU MO ' " 1 ' .
' Youths', noYft. Mt ciiwimts'i oloth.v
IngMlew'than Now York;, prices, wll
hn until Mila mniiMi.atNofl7B reurardlem of
Tho odlflbMted''AUrora oil cati'bo liad:
t iN 0, t Ohio ilevee'. . jun-'i-im
tut: hovth pacific it. it.
What the Cairo Delegalea Ateompllshsd.
The fact that It cost about tvjo hundred
dollars In city, scrip to represent Cairo In
the commercial conventions held during
the post yearr,ls pointed to by friends of
Mr. Wilson vas a. fearful evl
uenco or tue extravagance or too
present administration. Let us Investi
gate this a little, and see If the $200 wero
Tho commercial convention held at
Memphis, In which Cairo was not repre
sented, r6ported In favor or tho ill Paso
or 32nd parrallel mute, terminating at
Memphis, without even so much as u
branch' to- Cairo. At tho Now Orleans
convention tho same proposition was
submitted by parties In the interest of
Memphis; but at that convention Cairo
was represented, and Joining her forces
witli ft portion of the Tcxau delegation,
she took issue with tho Memphis inter
est, and fought bo stubbornly in favor of
what is known as the "Longitudinal" or
International route, loading from Cairo
through Mexico to Guyamas, that a com
promise was readily effected whioli em
braced Cairo as ono of tho "objective
points," or termini, of tho El Poso, or
32nd' parrallel route.
Atr tho Louisville convention, in which
Cairo 'was also represented, the Mom
phis interest, always attentive to tho
"chances," attempted In commlttco t o
adopt tho Memphis roport which ignor
ed Cairo, instead of rc-afflrmlng tho Now
Orlesnd report,, which recognized Cairo.
Thero was a sharp contest; but Anally,
on motion of Mr. Oberly, tho Memphis
proposition was tabled, and tho Now
Orleans report was accepted.
The two reports, viz: ;That of Vow
Orleans anJ Louisville, in both of which
Cairo is rccogulzed'a. a terminal point,
havo been submitted to Congress, and
General Logan, basing his action upon
them, Is doing all wlthjn his power to
make Cairo tho eastern terminus, and
is quite confident that ho will at least ob
tain subsidies for a Cairo branch, if he is
property fudorerd nud'secouded by th,e j
That, it is seen, that byjtho mere act of
sending delegates to New, Orleans and
Louisville, at a cost of legs than $200 in
city scrip, Cairosccured recognition, as a
terminal point of tho Southern Pacific
railroad. Wo submit it, now, to candid
men: Was .tho expenditure;, wisely
' ANNOUNCEMENTS: -
Yielding to the noctj-ityof eluuia latbi aJmlsa
iltrstlon of our municijml ulhira, I licrctr wittiopt
rygrJ to srt or party afiillatlom announce mjratlf
n cimdlilnle lor the off.es of Jtijor artti tabuing
ciiftiler efcctlsn. , TJ10.MA.i WILSON.
' Calro'.'llt, FbrurHUi,l70.-iiw
4TlelJlD5 Vo'the aollcfutlfcna bT thoio eltltcn who
e dr.jroui thatnochango ihaltfbo made in mualcl
t anllrathatw'ouMb4diAi(roui (o die welurn of
tl'S,ciJy, I licffbiannomjce, mjiclf .caadldaU for
rc-etrctloi (o the oRieo ofMajor, at Ihoeniuinschar
tirelcctisn. JOHN II. OUE1M.Y.
j Cairo, III., Tcbruar ICtli, lSTO.-dtJ
l'or City Alturnry.
I We are anthorlM'd to announce that FONTAINE E!
AI.DIlIGllr will be ncoudldatefor tie ofTWeof City
xjttsrney at the ennuins charter flection. td
Wa are authorItel to announce that JOHN M.
CANSDKN, Eq., Hill Im arandidate for the ofllce of
City Attorney at the ennulnc charter election. td
Tt'ar Clly Treasurer.
We are autliotlred to announce Jtr. JOHN HY
LAND, aa a candlilato for re-election to the office of
We are authorised to' announce that J, II. TATI.OII
iill be a candidnto fjr City Treaiuror, n't llie e ntuing
clurtr election. janlM
l'or Uly Clerk.
We are auihorfted to announce that WILLIAM It.
BlOIIltlSitarandldate for the olllco of City C't rkat
Uii on'Ulng charter alectlon. le
Wu ore authorited to announce that JOHN IIUOWN
la .icmi'JIilite for the oftia of City Clerk, nt the eriu
liigrjiarUrtlon. ' 'Jwl'ht :
We are authorited to announce that J. C. CItOW
LKT will be a candidate for the office of City Clerk at
tho auuln? charttr election. ' JaniOtd
l)y the Bolieitatlon of n6y friends', 1 hereby an
nounre mflf uf an Independent candidate for City
Clerk, at tin eiUulnj chart tr election.
lebisdlt J.T. THOMAS.
ror City Marshnl.
i We are authorized to announce that MICHAKL
lUMUltlCK, will be a candidate for reet)on to the
ofllce uf City Marahatsllho en'iilng municipal eleo
Wiiac lQllurr4'to annoiuf5-Lih.it jasKl'H AM
NOLI) will boneniidldatofor the office or City Mar
Mild ut,t)iii.'niilpi; ''hif lor election, te
We sre'aathorlaed to minounre that I'ANIKL Mo
(1AHTIIY, prcnentchlefof police, will bit a candlilato
for ihoffic,o(of City Slar,i at lh. 'ijnK charge,
l'or 1h Nclrct Counoll-FlrHt Manl.
We are authsriaed to announce that Mr, HKltltAN
.Ml'.VKH will ben candidate for the olllco of Select
(Councilman frum the Flrat Ward, at thn ttiinlng
charter rlerlion, td
Vur Altlrruian hecauil Ward.
, Ma. F.i'tToa- leaie nay that IfMr. LAWItKNCKJ.
JlYltNE lll coutnt o Lecouip a candldata for the
flic of Alderman from the flocond Ward, ho will be
mpported by MANY VOTEt.
For Alderuinn Thlril M'nril.
Weare authorited ti nnnounco that I'. FlTZGRIt-
'ALD willliea candidate for the office of Alderman,
fmmths Third Ward, at thooinulnu't-harlor Election!
,"We are aiilhorlteil to nnnoutiec ttiat Mr. CEO, W.
HKNDItlCjv3,w(llbo a candiUfo f.ir the offico ef Al
lUnqmifryiu tin Third Ward i.t theenaulrgehsrter
I' Maiaat. Estroai: IfMr. ItOllllHT nitlllACII will
ritnfor tho office of Alderman from the Fourth Ward,
hil will be warnjly supported by hi" ,
' ' MANY FUfKNDS.
: We are authority to asn,9Ul that, Mr. JAMiS
CiltltOI.L will'bo n candldato for Alderman frsm
.the Fourth WardaUua BSuIbk olurUr UIioii. td
f i .ywps"
Oia KDR, Jto.
Fflnted u Sle oaMo of is Colrd-lraMetlii.
r,,,.yT, in ifaH"I . ' '
fTlll H9 Aeetptr -sown
Mr. Oberly has addressod the followrag
nolo to Mr. Wilson : ' '
Cairo, 111., rb. 1, IRt
r" Hik: Announcing yourself aa a en
didate for Mayor at tho ensuing charter
election, you assert that the necessity
for a chango In municipal affairs has
compelled you trf ask the suffrages of tht
citizens ot Cairo. If thoTiecct-slty for a
chango does exist, you should, In .mjr iL
opinion, tell tho penpto what ths neces
sity Is, and allow them to dotertnlae.
whether you aro tho proper man to
in'ivko tho necessary change by informing
them what chango you deslro to have
made. Iu order that you may bare an
opportunity to do this, I respectfully re
quest that you attempt to make good
your asacrtlon In a Joint discussion with
mo on next Monday evening, at the
John H. Oberly, '
TUKNF.lt MiSQUEIllDE BALL.
Wnsltlngtriu nail, Feb. Ut.
A Grand Masqueradu ilall will be glvem
as above, under the auspices of tho Cairo
Turners. Tho public generally is Invited
to attend; thu management pledging
themselves that no cilort will bo "pared
to render tho occasion ono moat
pleasant and entertaining to all who
COMMITTEE OF ABKANOEMBNTfl, i
B. Weil. ,
U hereby Klrcn that default havlai oreorrftd'hi" '
Ilia uef fomiance of the conditions ax Brassed la a
certain Miirlgaita or Deed of Trust executed by
John (i Krlnri to Kamuel 8taa(n Taylor and Bdtria
raranim, rruaices nr ins uairo uuy rreperty,
dated the Twenty-third day of January, A. . ,,
recorded. In the Itecerder'i office, In sat
for Alexander ooonty, in the State sf Illinois, is
Hook 1 of Deeds, paie ISO, said monrase or deod
of truit oonreylnK lot numbered (lii Twslre la,
lllock numbered i (Ninety. 10) In the First 14di-, .
lion to the City of Cairo, In Mid county and State. '
Wo, tho underaig-nod, said Trustees, wiU .
Wedneiday, thebecond day of March, k.Vm, .
at 10 o'clock In the forsnooa of that day, .ua4s .
und by Tirtue of the ower of ssle contalneM la
natd Mortnire. sell, at I'ublia Auction, to tho kisss
eat bidder, fur caah, at the ofllce bulldln e( saiel
TruHteei, corner Wshlnton ntenus and lata
ttreet, in sni'2 city of Cairo, In Alexander ceaaty
and State, of Illinois, said let numbered TfrolTO 1
(Vi) in block numbersd Vi (ninsty.tsro) lata
tint addition to ths city ef Cslre, according le too
pint thereof, with the appurtsss'ioes 10 aatisfy tk '
purpoiea and condition of Mid. mortgtgs. "'
Ultid, Cairo, Illluols, r ebruary th, lalo,
' A. BTAATH TAVI.OB,
EDWIN PARSON. '
Trute sf the Cairo City lr party. , .
Is hereby alrcn that default htvinc boeirred lit
thoperldrmiuevf the conditions expressed rat. n' 1
certain MorfKK or Peed of Truat exacutsd by , t
Patrick I.nlon loStmucI staata Tsyler and Jwn ,
l'irioni,Trujteof theCalroClly Property, datol '
the Third day of Dcuember A. V. IPA, recorded la ' '
the IWroTder; office, in and for Aleiaasercouo-r, . ,
ty, In the Utate of Illinois Irt Hook P ef. Deeds, . '
psje':i, said mortgage or rlsed ot IrnsU osntsy. 1 "
lug lot numbered Tenty-flTs (IS) in block a um
hered Twf htT.eetl. CJTl In thu UritUdillnn aa .
thecifyof Cairo, In raid county and Bute. We,
the undenilKned.aald Trustee, wlloaWsdes
day, the Second day of M.roh, A. D. lITt, at IS
iVIoct In the forenoon of that day, undsrand.br .
vlrtuo of the aoaer of aalo contained la sell-'
mortsase. atll. ai sublto auction, the hlshsst 1
btddi-r lor csth, at the offlce Imlldlnj of sais
Trustee., corner Washington arenue and. Isrk "W
street, in said city of Cairo, In Alexander ceucty, ,
and state of Illinois, said lot numbersd (J 1 Jh
Taenty-flre, In block numberod Twsnty.MteaWT'J
in the first addition to tho city of Cairo. aa-'J, ,-fJ
cording tu the recorded plat thereof, with lha oifvr
purten.incei, to satisfy the purpoaca and ceaaVVj'
tion. of taid mortruRB. nAr
D.tod, Cairo, Illinois. February eth, HTCi.. ill lu l
. L bTAATrf.TAVLOtt, .j.j.flfc,,
Truites of the Calm City I'roperty. ' '
ltd r )f.'.jl
Is herehr uiren thitt thai defiuti havlnr oecnrV
rod in tho porformanue of tho conditions ex-,' ! -preoed
in a certain Morlgii;e, or Deed of Trust ,u
Taylor and tldwin l'roui, Trusteea of the fairs I Sill
City I'rojK-rty, dated the TUirtielh day of Nor.
emtier, A. D. IStiJ. recorded In tho Recorder's
office, In and for Alexander county, (n the butt. ,. .
of llllnolai lnllobk KTof Deedi, page 4C kt,.1'
sild tiMrlirago or deed of trut conrsyinjc let
numbered t(ix) in lllock numbered (II) Forty
sdrentn the First Addition to the city of Cairo)
In saiil county and State. We, the undersigned,
aid Trustee, will on Wednesday, the Becond
day of March, A. D. 170. at 10 o'clock la the
forenoon of that day1 under and by virtue of the
power of site cputmned Inietd mortgage , sell at
public auctlon.to the hlrhent bldser for ca.h.st the
ortloo building of said Trusleot, comer of Wash
ington avenuo ami inn sueeii in aam cuy oi
Cairo, In Alexander county amlHuteof Illinois,
aaid lot numliered (U) six in block uumbeied (4J
forty-seven In the tlmt addition to the city or
Cairo, accnnlim; to the recorded plat thereof.
wiin tno appuruuance, to satiny ine purposes
and condition of sold inortaage.
tiiitcn, LAiro, Illinois, reuruary vin, ,siv.
. HTAATS TAVLOII,
Trualees of the Cairo City i'roperry.
Is hereby circn tliat default harinit ossurred
In the performance of the conditions expressed
In u certain MortAge, or Deed of Truit.eieculsd
liyjoacpl: II. Clruter to r-iimuel hts.lt Tsjlor sad
Kdwiu i'araons, Triuleet of the Cairo City Pre.
perty. dated tho Eleventh day ot May A. tf. 1IU,
and recorded in the Itccordrr'soffire. Inscdfsr
Atriamler oountv. in tho Wl.le of Illinois, la
Hook I' of Deeds, pK ''. said inorlKKe ordssd
jnf tnut coiireyioj' Ion numbered u) Twsoly
ai. (Twenty-one) ti, (Twenty-tso) 3, (TtsalT.
tlireej -i, linfiiij.iuuriu, iait.iiiiis, iw, pir
ciity) 71, (Soventy-one) In lllouk numbers! II
(Fuieeii) in nut itn Aituiiion totue cuy vrcaire,
In said county and titata. Me. thn undsriignee,
"aid Trustee, will on Wednesday the Second dsy
of Mareh, A. I. IsTU, at lUo'cliuik In the fere,
rioon of that day, uneer and by nrtus ef lbs
Slower of sale contained in said mor
piihllo auction to .he hlghenl bidder
tho otlice ImlldtiiK of suid Trustees,
orlKgs, sell at
er for cash, at
i. corner Wuh.
iiiKton aveuue aud IStli atreet. In aaldclty ef
Cmrvi In Aleiandert'oiiiily and Htata or Illinois,
said lots numliered VM) twenty, (SI) twenty. on,
til) Tuenty-lwo. (ia) twenty-thrse, (21) twontj.
four, () sixty.nine, (70) seirentr ami (71) eersa.
ty.onn, In block numbered (13) fifteen in the
lourth addition ti the clly of Cairo, according Ui
the recorded plat thereof, with tho appurtenances,
(u satisfy tho purposes and condition of aali
Date.f, Cnlro, Illinois, Fehruary 0th, 1170.
' ' ii. STA.VIU TAVi)a,
Trmtees of the Cairo City Troperty.
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Is hereby Riven that default having oecurrs-l ' 1
In the performance of the conditions sxpreissd la
a certain MorlKKi, orDued of Trust eiwuti by
j'.dnard 11. Weuklv to baiuiiel HUats Tayleraad '
Kdala Par90iis.Trustec of (he Cairo City Pro.
perty, dated the Twenty-fifth day of January A. D.
lwJO. und recorded In the Itecoruer'a nfXea. In and '
'for Alexander County, iu the State of Illinois, la
hook r. oi Doen pane ui, sum isniiKo or j
of trust conveying lot numbered ('JS) twenty flta
in block numtHsr St (eighty hno) In the first iddiiT" 1
Ion to tho city of Cairo iu said ;Qoanty. and state,
Wr.tlie undesigned, sall trilatici, will on Wed.
ncitdar the second day oi Mar?!! A, IK 187Q. at lfl T .
o'clock In thoorenofcn of that dsy, und or and' by f 1
'Virtua of the power of sale contained in eaid Mort.
Sai-e, sell, at Public, 4iifJJon,,tp.lhe highekt bid
or, forcash, lU-ttia btit building orealrVTrus.
piie) m tho first addition to the said city
Of tulro, accoromgio ine ret'oraoq
jrllh the appurtenances, to satisfy
and condition of aaid Mortgage.
rAiiivr ta a swiV. "
Tees, corner oi n luuingion ai cuuo an isiii atresi.
In said city of Cairo, iu Alexandcr,cfiunty and
Htato of (Illinois, said Jot tnutabered
Twenty five in block numbered el (eicaty
i I.t x f.u
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